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Friday, July 02, 2004
Speaker tries to end impasse
NEW DELHI, JULY 1.Ahead of the leaders' meeting on Sunday, the Lok Sabha Speaker, Somnath Chatterjee, will meet leaders of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) on Friday to explore the possibility of ending the impasse in Parliament over the ...
'Governors cannot be removed arbitrarily'
NEW DELHI, JULY 1. The President's "pleasure" in the appointment of Governors cannot be exercised arbitrarily merely because of a change of government at the Centre, say some legal experts. They say that normally Governors have a tenure of five ...
Opt for open source codes for better software security: Kalam
NEW DELHI, JULY 1.The President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, today advised defence scientists to shun proprietary systems and opt for open source codes to enhance software security in defence networks. "Open source codes can easily introduce the users ...
Security Council does not reflect realities of the world: Shivraj Patil
NEW DELHI, JULY 1.Developing countries must find a place in the United Nations Security Council's decision-making structures, the Union Home Minister, Shivraj Patil, said in an address to an international conference on "U.N. and the New Threats" ...
Polit Bureau of CPI(M) to meet on July 11
NEW DELHI, JULY 1.The Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) will meet here on July 11 to analyse the Lok Sabha elections and also to assess the latest political developments. Although the Polit Bureau and the Central Committee ...
NEW DELHI, JULY 1.The Bharatiya Janata Party president, Venkaiah Naidu, today expressed disappointment over the Prime Minister's defence yesterday of the presence of "tainted" Ministers in his Cabinet. The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, had ...
Nalgonda (Andhra Pradesh): When Korvi Salaiah killed himself by swallowing pesticide, he had unusual mourners. Amongst them, K. Mallesam and B. Bhiksham who deeply regretted the passing of the small farmer. Both Mallesam and Bhiksham are ...
Fencing completed along LoC
BHIMBER GALI (POONCH), JULY 1. Fencing operations along the Line of Control (LoC) to the south of the mighty Pir Panjal range has been completed, thus posing a major deterrent to militants crossing over from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. The fencing ...
Gujarat celebrates as Sardar Sarovar dam touches 110 metres
AHMEDABAD, JULY 1. The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party in Gujarat today celebrated the completion of the construction of 110 metres of the 138-metre Sardar Sarovar Project on the Narmada river that will make the dam functional from this year. The ...
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